Holding Hands

Community Resources

We all need a little help. Here are some great resources in the Snohomish County community for you to connect with. 

The Arc of Snohomish

Community Resources

The Arc fosters respect and access for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, giving them the power to achieve a full and satisfying life.

We are a part of the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.  We encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.




Courageous Connections

Therapeutic Horse Experience

Courageous Connections is a nonprofit organization certified though the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH).


Their mission: "To promote the physical and emotional development of people of all ages and unique abilities through safe outdoor therapeutic experiences with horses."

Work with a Licensed Mental Health Provider and a Certified Equine Specialist for a unique approach to therapy.



425-260-7340 or 425-232-3246 

Anne Garing

Life Coach

"Navigating change provides an opportunity to get clear about what matters most and move intentionally into the future. Whether the change is something you have been longing for or whether you have had little choice in the change, my approach is to help clients integrate the rational, emotional, and physical so that you are clear about what matters most to you and feel energized and supported in taking steps to achieve your goals."





Cruise Planners

Jennifer Hardy-CATP, MCC, VTA

Accessible Travel

Jennifer loves to travel. She is a Certified Autism Travel Professional, seeking to open the doors for travel to families with special needs. Contact her for your next family vacation and see how her expertise can make your family trip a memorable one.






Early Intervention & Vocational Services

Sherwood's early intervention programs serve children from birth to three years old  and their families. They also support high school and adults with disabilities who are interested in finding employment. This wonderful organization works with families in Snohomish County and Camano Island.




SnoSwim School

Personalized Swimming Lessons for Children

Danielle Jacobson is located in Lake Stevens and teaches one-on-one swimming lessons to children 6 months and older of all abilities. She has a Master's degree in special education and has been in education for 10 years. This experience has given her even more tools to reach those who struggle to learn or are looking to overcome a fear.